The Executive Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, AbdulRasheed Bawa on Wednesday, March 31, 2021, reiterated the Commission’s commitment to partner more closely with the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, especially in the areas of training and intelligence sharing.
The EFCC boss promised to assist the NSCDC in the training of its officers while also expressing the Commission’s desire to have some of its officers trained by the NSCDC in their areas of core competence.
“We are always willing and happy to train your officers, our doors are open to training and we believe that NSCDC will have a role to play in our training in the future,
He emphasized the need for both agencies to designate liaison officers for seamless cooperation and curtail bureaucratic delays.
“In the areas of information sharing, we have to strengthen that. We don’t have offices across the federation but you do; you can share those information through a liaison officer. We request that such intelligence are shared.”
Bawa commended the NSCDC’s role in securing the Commission’s forfeited assets scattered all over the country and assured that the Commission will do its best in ensuring that the NSCDC is represented on the board of the Commission,